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cultivated
'kəltə,veɪtɪd
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. (of land or fields) prepared for raising crops by plowing or fertilizing.
  2. Marked by refinement in taste and manners.
  3. No longer in the natural state; developed by human care and for human use.
Hyphenationcul•ti•vat•ed
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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耕耘gēngyúnplowing and weeding; farm work; fig. to work or study diligently
栽植zāizhíto plant; to transplant
tiánto cultivate; to hunt
家培jiāpéicultivated; home grown
tiánto cultivate (land); to hunt
培植péizhíto cultivate; to train; cultivation; training
养殖yǎngzhíto cultivate; cultivation; to further; to encourage
养成yǎngchéngto cultivate; to raise; to form (a habit); to acquire; to inculcate
培训péixùnto cultivate; to train; to groom; training
培养péiyǎngto cultivate; to breed; to foster; to nurture; to educate; to groom (for a position); education; fostering; culture (biology)
péito bank up with earth; to cultivate (lit. or fig.); to train (people)
kěnto reclaim (land); to cultivate
耕种gēngzhòngto till; to cultivate
栽培zāipéito grow; to cultivate; to train; to educate; to patronize
shùtree; to cultivate; to set up
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